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Old 04-08-2014, 08:30 AM   #14
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Well not all cereal is bad. The first part of my diet was corn flakes and milk and i generally got through to lunch without drama.


1 cup cornflakes and 1 cup milk, Actually i added a pinch of sugar. There is protein in milk and fat. In the end, i try to put more protein in my breakfast because through the day i was having a hard time getting the total proteins up. Its not so easy if you don't eat meat. Anyway i switched to egg on toast, fruit and yoghurt but i don't always want an egg to be honest. And i certainly want to eat an egg everyday.

But the stewed fruit and yoghurt with a tsp of mixed seeds is nice.
Well technically no food is bad, but cereal is just about the worst kind of breakfast I could give my own body. I'm not anti-food but usually when someone says "I had cereal for breakfast and then I was starving an hour later" it's because cereal was a BAD choice in terms of keeping them satisfied until lunchtime.

Wow, corn flakes with sugar? The recommended breakfast of 1982!
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